Parish Council

 

This website has been created to inform all residents of the role of the Parish Council in line with Transparency. Within this website is all the information covering all aspects of Council business and general information about the village.

PLEASE NOTE: not all elements and documents on this website are Accessibility-compliant.  If you have difficulty in accessing any of the information here, please contact the clerk at gooderstonepc@gmail.com or telephone 01366 500722.

WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR:

  • Maintenance and provision of the street lights.

  • Maintenance of the War Memorial.

  • Monitoring emptying of the dog fouling bins.

  • Administration for three pieces of land owned by the Former Highways Surveyor's Land Charity (parish council as Trustee) within the village.

  • Providing comments for Planning Applications affecting the village.

  • Reporting of incidents relating to Highways and Highways Rangers tasks.

MEETING DATES 2021 (to be confirmed)

11th January, 8th March

3rd May Annual Parish Council Meeting

24th May Annual Parish Meeting

12th July, 13th September, 8th November

Parish Council

 

The Parish Council has seven members, all living in the village. Gooderstone is the third tier of local government, the other two being Breckland District Council and Norfolk County Council.

We warmly invite everyone to come to the Parish Council Meetings, usually held bi-monthly and on the second Monday of the month; dates are found on this website. Meetings are held on Zoom and start at 7.00pm.

Please note due to Coronavirus outbreak restrictions, physical meetings may not take place but virtual Zoom attendance will be available.  Please check the Meetings page for Agendas.

Public Transport during Coronavirus outbreak

  

Contact the Parish Clerk

 

01366 500722

Mrs Judith Taylor

Canterbury House

Wretton Road

Stoke Ferry

Norfolk

PE33 9SQ

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gooderstonepc@gmail.com

Useful Links

His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh
Gooderstone Parish Council extends its sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family on the death of HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh.
Further information 
https://www.royal.uk/

Gooderstone Parish Council

gooderstonepc@gmail.com

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